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Organizations relating to Cereals

Wheat Trade Convention, 1967 / Est. 1967
Wheat Trade Convention, 1971 / Est. 1971
Memorandum of Agreement Relating to the Production and Marketing of Wheat / Est. 1942
ICC - International Association for Cereal Science and Technology / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1955
Genetic Resources Center / Est. 1989
East and Central Africa Rice Research Network / Morogoro, Tanzania UR
Rice-Wheat Consortium for the Indo-Gangetic Plains / Est. 1994
GRAIN / Barcelona, Spain / Est. 1990
Asia Rice Foundation / Santa Cruz, Philippines / Est. 1999
European Malt Product Manufacturers Association / Felixstowe, UK / Est. 1975
European Turfgrass Society / Quinto Vicentino, Italy / Est. 2007
Eastern and Central Africa Maize and Wheat Network / Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
International Turfgrass Society / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1969
International Wheat Agreement, 1986 / Est. 1986
International Rice Research Institute / Manila, Philippines / Est. 1960
International Triticeae Mapping Initiative / Est. 1989
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center / Mexico City, Mexico / Est. 1966
Bamboo of the Americas / Gold Beach OR, USA
European Commodities Exchange / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1961
Turfgrass Producers International / East Dundee IL, USA / Est. 1967
World Bamboo Organization / Plymouth MA, USA
European Breakfast Cereal Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1992
Intergovernmental Group on Rice / Rome, Italy / Est. 1955
European Bamboo Society / Woerden, Netherlands
International Grains Agreement

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World Problems relating to Cereals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Pests and diseases of grain sorghum
Instability of trade in cereals and cereal preparations
Protein deficiency in cereals
Food grain spoilage
Overdependence on few crop species
Ergot of grain
Adverse effects of high-yield grain in traditional agricultural settings
Threatened temperate sea-grass beds
Pests and diseases of rice
Maize pests and diseases
Pests and diseases of wheat
Long-term shortage of wheat
Excessive wheat surpluses
Smuts of grasses and cereals
Environmental hazards from rice production
Instability of rice trade
Instability of wheat trade

Action Strategies relating to Cereals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Diversifying rice products
Conserving bamboos
Using bamboo
Investigating "grass is greener" syndrome
Appropriating food grain technologies
Growing grain crops
Conserving herbaceous habitats
Advancing rice growing technologies
Exporting cereals
Sowing mixed stock-feed grains
Transporting grain
Collecting literature on rice
Trading rice
Improving grain yield
Upgrading local rice yields
Advancing cereal science
Using irrigated rice for land reclamation
Building safe grain warehouses
Recovering salinated rice fields
Replacing grass lawns
Preserving harvested foods
Improving rice cultivation practices
Reducing methane emissions from rice fields
Reducing meat consumption to conserve grain
Establishing contacts among cereal scientists

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